From:  "Dementia 2020" <>
Date:  21 Aug 2018 16:54:21 Hong Kong Time

Early bird rate available




Dementia 2020
Roadmap to Delivery

30th of April 2019 - RSM, London

An Early Bird rate of 30% off the standard delegate rate for this event is currently available; enter promo code D2019-EARLY via the online registration system before 18th September to take advantange of this offer.

Now the most established annual Dementia conference in England – the Govconnect 2020 series now in it's 4th year has provided the platform for discussion to shape a better policy in order to better deliver the commitments of the Dementia 2020 Implementation Plan.

Dementia 2020 - Roadmap to Delivery follows the strategy into its final year and will provide a recap of progress to date in realising the aims and objectives of the challenge. Following the 2018 review delegates will learn finalised plans from regular series contributors such as the Alzheimer’s Society Department of Health, NHS England & Public Health England amongst other stakeholders.

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Speakers Include

Jeremy Hughes
Chief Executive
Alzheimer`s Society

Prof Dr Martin Vernon
National Clinical Director for Older People
NHS England

Alison Murray
Head of Inspection & Dementia Lead
Care Quality Commission

Martin Rossor
National Director for Dementia Research
National Institute for Health Research
Professor Louise Robinson
Champion for Dementia
Royal College of General Practitioners
Professor Wendy Burn
Royal College of Psychiatrists

The Implementation Plan published on 6th March 2016 outlines how the 50 commitments set out in the Prime Minister’s challenge on dementia 2020 will be met, ensuring that England becomes the world-leader in dementia care, research and awareness by 2020.

Many of the actions can only be met through the joint efforts of multiple organisations, and for the last 3 years, Govconnect’s Dementia 2020 series of conferences have allowed government departments, arms-length bodies, the NHS and local authorities, research institutions, and the charity and voluntary sector to hear from senior leaders from many of the key partner organisations involved in the 2020 Challenge.